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    Basil84 is offline Member
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    Default Wolverson and Sap Adjustable kettlebell Questions.

    In the market for a adjustable for space saving reasons at the moment and
    narrowed it down to these two. These kettlebells look identical in size
    to me but one goes up to 40kg and other 32kg. As I'm aware of the Australian
    branded adjustable kettlebell goes up to 32kg aswell.

    Can anyone see the 8kg differance? If the casing makes up to 40kg
    why isn't the 32kg a 40kg kb?


    http://www.wolverson-fitness.co.uk/A...-kg_AQDEC.aspx

    http://www.pro-xsports.com/product/a...-32kg-free-dvd


    I'm thinking, if i purchase 32kg kb I'm really getting 40kg kb or if i purchase 40kg kb I'm really getting 32kg kb.

    Anyone who owns either kb your feedback would be much appreciated.

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    kimjansson is offline Senior Member
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    Default hi

    hi i got 2 adjustable bells a la austrailian adjustable bells (up to 40 kg). but i sold them again-to much hassle changing all the time. i would recommend 2 bells of the same weight for double work and a heavy one for swings. maybe 2 #16 kg and one 32 kg.
    jmo Kim

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    Basil84 is offline Member
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    Thanks kimjansson, but i already own two 16kb's one 24kg and one 32kg.
    They are not with me now as they start to take up space of where i'm living now. My powerblock u90's are with me and want some space saving kettlebells to compliment them. I have thought about the weight adjustments with the adjustable kb's. Is that bad much hassle?

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    danfaz is offline Senior Member
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    One has two 8kg plates, the other has just one. The cases weigh the same.

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    jetronin is offline Senior Member
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    Get the 40k wolverson one.
    It's solid, well made and will last you a long time. The only thing I would be carefull of is that you don't cross-thread the shaft when changing weights. If you managed to screw up the threads on that sucker then it'd be useless.
    Overall though, it's good piece of kit, I love my one.
    Also, after a year of lifting, a 32 is too light for heavy swings and getups.
    Last edited by jetronin; 08-07-2012 at 05:21 AM.
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